Doll Making Courses

There are many ways to create a Waldorf doll but I want to show you the way I make mine. I used to sell these courses, but recently decided to make them public, so more people can benefit from the tutorials. The instructions can easily be followed online. All you need is a reliable internet connection to watch the videos, the materials, and the desire to create one of these dolls. Most people who create a doll and finish it, can't but continue to create many more.

There are 3 doll making courses available, the Cuddle Ringalina, the traditional Waldorf Doll, and the Ringalina Doll. Each course can be followed individually, but some tutorials overlap and are used in 3 courses (like the rolling of the head, they all start the same).

You will also notice that all videos start and end with a link to HandsCreate, which I had planned to build out just for teaching online courses (now making them all available here). These courses could also be used in a guided homeschool setting.

I wish you joy and happiness on your doll-making the journey!


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Cuddle Ringalina Doll

A Cuddle Ringalina is a doll best suited for children between 0-3. As the name implies, these dolls are soft and cuddly.

With detailed instructions and based on your doll head measurements, you will create your own pattern.

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Traditional Waldorf Doll

A traditional Waldorf inspired doll is best suited for children between 2-5-year-olds. The head, body, and arms are created of the same skin fabric.

With detailed instructions and based on your doll head measurements, you will create your own pattern. As taught to kids in Waldorf Schools..

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Ringalina Doll

The pattern provided in this course is more detailed in the construction, arms and legs are attached unlike the Traditional Waldorf doll.

Since this doll is created after my own pattern, you would need to purchase the pattern or create your own.

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